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EcoReport Feature – Interview with Jodi Perras, Indiana Representative for the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Project

In today’s EcoReport feature, Norm Holy interviews Jodi Perras, Indiana representative for the Beyond Coal project by the Sierra Club. Beyond Coal is an interest group that advocates for the right to clean air.

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EcoReport – June 2, 2016

In today’s EcoReport feature, Norm Holy interviews Jodi Perras, Indiana representative for the Beyond Coal project by the Sierra Club. Beyond Coal is an interest group that advocates for the right to clean air. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events …

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Interchange – For Want of a Better Choice: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton

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It’s thought that to get a woman in the White House would be an achievement for all women everywhere, a kind of trickle-down feminism. In the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, the mantle of feminist elect has descended on Hillary Clinton and dissent seems tantamount to political betrayal. A new book, False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham …

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bloomingOUT – J Patrick Redmond – May 26, 2016

Join bloomingOUT hosts, Janae and Jeff, as they host a special 3-part interview with native southern Indiana author, J Patrick Redmond. J Patrick Redmond is releasing his first novel, Some Go Hungry; a novel based on a crime that occurred in his hometown of Vincennes, Indiana. This episode also features music from this week’s featured artist, Ryan Dolan; a new …

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IU Files Lawsuit Challenging Fetal Tissue Regulation

Indiana University filed a lawsuit yesterday challenging fetal tissue regulation in House Enrolled Act 1-3-3-7. The legislation states “a person who intentionally acquires, receives, sells, or transfers fetal tissue commits unlawful transfer of fetal tissue.” The offense is a level five felony. IU challenges this claim due to the fact that the university performs scientific research on aborted and miscarried …

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Bloomington City Council Met to Discuss New Local Income Taxe

Last night the Bloomington City Council had its first public conversation about whether to support a new local income tax. The point-two-five percent tax would provide more funding to the Monroe County 911 Dispatch Center. Some of the money would also theoretically go to police, fire departments and courts throughout the County. But it’s not clear exactly how the majority …

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“The Hijabi Diaries”

Today we bring you a new episode of the Hijabi Diaries, a local podcast produced with the Islamic Center of Bloomington. In today’s episode, we hear from Meryem, a woman who has experienced a lot of prejudice since moving to Bloomington, more than she did when she was an undergraduate student in New Hampshire in the early 2000’s. She fears …

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Voices in the Street – “A bit of a Bummer in the Summer. The Decline of Vacation Time in the US”

Time Magazine recently reported some startling statistics about summer vacation in the United States. We are taking nearly one full work week LESS off and 61% of vacationers are still working while they’re away from work. Additionally, we are the only developed nation that doesn’t require by law paid holidays or vacation time. Still, there is a lot to enjoy …

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Indiana Healthcare Facility Targeted with Ransomware

An Indiana healthcare facility has been targeted with ransomware in recent weeks. Ransomware is a form of malware used by hackers to infect a user’s computer, and then demand payment before they’ll fix the problem. DeKalb hospital in Auburn, Indiana fell victim to ransomware attacks in their computer system recently and had to transfer patients to a different hospital. The …

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Daily Local News – May 26, 2016

Last night the Bloomington City Council had its first public conversation about whether to support a new local income tax; Indiana University filed a lawsuit yesterday challenging fetal tissue regulation in House Enrolled Act 1-3-3-7; An Indiana healthcare facility has been targeted with ransomware in recent weeks. FEATURE Today we bring you a new episode of the Hijabi Diaries, a …

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